Sculpture

UA Forges Sculptures, Raises Funds for Children’s of Alabama

University of Alabama alumni Jonathan Lanier and Ringo Lisko are the latest UA sculptors to forge creations for Nucor Steel’s annual Children’s Charity Classic, a fundraiser for Children’s of Alabama hospital. For this year’s auction, they both depicted whimsical scenes from nature that defy the solid, impenetrable medium: a giant, crawling caterpillar and children in

UA Instructor’s Sculpture Installed at Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts

Instructor and alumnus Jamey Grimes’ sculpture, Taraxacum, has been installed in the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts John and Joyce Caddell Sculpture Garden. UPDATE: Creative Conversations: Whimsy in the Garden with Jamey Grimes happens Wednesday, September 16, 5:30 p.m.–6:30 p.m. CDT on the MMFA’s Facebook page. The event is free and registration is not required,

BFA Major Shows Sculpture Connects Community

While UA operates in a limited capacity in order to stem the spread of COVID-19, the Sella-Granata Art Gallery will be closed to the public. An online exhibition of this show will be posted shortly. The University of Alabama’s department of art and art history is proud to present Structure and Surface: BFA Thesis Exhibition

Art & Art History Accolades – February 2020

Twilight Passages, a portfolio of photographs by Christopher Jordan, associate professor of photography, is featured in One Twelve Publishing’s February edition of Poignant Portfolios. Jamey Grimes, full-time instructor, has an invited solo exhibition, Formicarium, at Jones-Carter Gallery, Lake City, South Carolina. Work by Pete Schulte, associate professor of art, is included in a three-person exhibition

Katie Adams MFA Thesis Exhibition at Harrison Galleries

Tuscaloosa. — The University of Alabama’s Department of Art and Art History is pleased to present the master of fine arts thesis exhibition of Katie Adams, titled Bulbs of Dream and Dread, March 6-13, 2020, at the Harrison Galleries in downtown Tuscaloosa. An opening reception for the artist will be Friday, March 6 from 6-9

Two Artists Create Sculptures for Two Bicentennials

Two bicentennial bashes require twice as much artistic input! This year, two artists, UA professor of art Craig Wedderspoon and sculptor Caleb O’Connor are creating permanent sculptural programs to commemorate both the state of Alabama and the city of Tuscaloosa bicentennial celebrations. Tuscaloosa was founded on Dec. 13, 1819, just one day before the territory

Statewide Sculpture Trail First Work Blossoms

Ringo Lisko’s soft-petaled graphite proposal drawing barely disguises the fiery strength inherent in the bronze forms she’s now casting. Yet, her sculpture — an eight-foot circle of camellias in full bloom — fully embodies those seemingly contradictory characteristics of strength and delicacy. In fact, Lisko’s artistic purpose in part is to visually depict the contradictions

New Monster Map Will Guide You Through T-Town

You may have been surprised to see an occasional scary monster as you stroll around downtown Tuscaloosa on a First Friday or stride along River Walk on Jack Warner Parkway. Now you can take a guided tour or hunt for the little bronze gremlins with your cell phone! An online map of some of the